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Emer
Emer
Con Artist

Jun-24-2017 11:46

Sleuthville's Pet Control has noticed that a particular pet is being neglected. The SPC is preparing to intervene to make sure it receives the attention it is due. ;-)

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Theodora X
Theodora X
Battered Shoe

Jun-24-2017 12:10

Yes, I had noticed this too, Emer. I'm not sure at what point the need for Dorian's medication will kick in. But it is rather worrying to see a pet whose little life "could be better, could be worse : (

Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Jun-26-2017 08:43

I knew we'd have neglected pets, but I figured it would take at least 2 months. :(

Mrs. Cullen
Mrs. Cullen
Collector

Jun-28-2017 07:41

...does this mean I have to keep playing furores to care for a pet? :'(

I used to love them, but have come to loathe them in recent weeks.

BadAss
BadAss
Charioteer

Jun-28-2017 07:54

It's my understanding that you can pay for the upkeep of your pet. Which is awesome as I wouldn't want to depend on brass rings the whole time.

Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Jun-28-2017 10:58

No. Once you get your pet you can stop doing the furores. I'm not sure why people are continuing to compete after they get their pet though. Maybe there's something I don't know. But I've benched Autumnsprings. She won't be competing anymore. Hopefully the others with pets will do the same and let those who don't have pets have a better shot.

Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Jun-28-2017 10:58

You do have to feed and groom them though. But that just means a trip to the wwiter/waitress and barber.

Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Jun-28-2017 12:05

Waiter*

Dammit Lilith.

miss snopes
miss snopes
Special Deliverance

Jun-28-2017 23:05

The more people in a Furore, the higher the number of brass rings available for that round. This helps those still trying to get their pets. Also, Dorian did say there will come a day that our pets will be sick and brass rings will be needed to secure the proper medicine.

That aside, I will continue playing the Furores because I love the competition and the interaction the Furores have brought to Sleuth. The full ones are the most fun. :D

Zara Bande
Zara Bande
Bounty Hunter

Jun-29-2017 00:25

That pretty much sums it up, miss snopes. Furores are fun to take part in. It's not all about brass rings. - though yes, I think we're going to need them some day.

Furores are a different feature of the game and call on different skills. I tend to do fewer than I used to but still really enjoy taking part : )

Zara Bande
Zara Bande
Bounty Hunter

Jun-29-2017 00:54

And now we know what a grown-up parrot looks like!

I hope she's being a big help on your cases, Autumn ; )

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